Remarkably Bold Venture of the Rabbit
, avant garde
, stop motion
, cutout animation
, computer animation
, super 8
, science fiction
, animal liberation
, student film
Run time 00:04:51Producer Tim DrageAudio/Visual sound, colorContact Information email@example.com
An experimental surrealist sci-fi animated short by Tim Drage.
The film concerns the activities of a Rabbit and her mummified robot friend who set out to free some ants from the clutches of an evil Mad Scientist. Will they infiltrate his anti-ant plant? Can they defeat his security systems? What's he got against the ants anyway, and are they as innocent as they seem? Why don't they rescue that poor bear too? What does it all mean? What's going on? Whose hands are those? What!?
All these questions, and more, will be asked when you see the 'Remarkably Bold Venture of the Rabbit!
Remarkably Bold Venture of the Rabbit was my final degree film for BA Animation at the University of Wales College Newport.
I used as many techiques as possible, and have no idea what the film is about.
You can find out more about the short here
To see some of my more recent/professional work please visit Spite Your Face Productions Ltd.
All made by Tim Drage
Thanks for various help: Gill Bliss, Peter Brook, Stan Evens, Michael Leigh, Tony Mines, Chi Mason and Keith Henderson.
February 22, 2006
Very strange, but I like it!
OK, It really freaked me out, but for some reason I like it. Perhaps if I watch it several hundred time I will understand it. Keep up the animation. I do suggest you consider cutting back on the meds. (just kidding)
October 14, 2004
Twisted and Original
This short although incredibly abstract is refreshing as ice water! On good drugs I might be able to infer a plot, but that might just be me. However the mix of animation styles is mind blowing!